Yesterday we talked about the success of "The Tonight Show" featuring Jimmy Fallon as its new host. As further proof of Fallon's success, we present to you: Harry Styles.
Okay, so, if you want to get technical about it, this interview features Kristen Wiig as Harry Styles in a hilarious (and slightly strange) bit she and Fallon do. Previously, Wiig has been interviewed as Michael Jordan and it was just as amazing. See for yourself and let us know what you think.
The 2014 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival lineup features more than 100 acts, including Elton John, Kanye West, Lauryn Hill, Jack White, Vampire Weekend, Arctic Monkeys, Frank Ocean, and Janelle Monae.
This year's festival will take place in Manchester, TN, June 12-15. Tickets officially go on sale this Saturday, Feb. 22, at noon.
Particularly notable is the return of Kanye West, who hasn't performed at the festival since some drama went down in 2008. As the story goes, West was loudly booed off the stage after he arrived nearly two hours late for his set. Following the incident, West (in the kind of move only Kanye could do) went on an all-caps rant against the festival. His return to Bonnaroo should certainly be interesting.
Check out the full list of 2014 Bonnaroo performers after the cut. If you're thinking of attending, check out these 10 tips for surviving a festival, as well as these five extra suggestions to guarantee a great experience!
Last time I did a post like this, I talked about famous television roles that were almost played by another actor (Matthew Broderick as Walter White on "Breaking Bad," for example). This time, let's look at which beloved movie roles were almost played by someone else.
#1 Charlize Theron as Elle Woods in "Legally Blonde"
You probably know Charlize Theron from films like "Prometheus," "Monster" and "Snow White & the Huntsman." In truth, I know her best from her role in "Might Joe Young" — but she was almost the adorably perky, Harvard Law student Elle Woods. Theron was offered the part but turned down the role, giving Reese Witherspoon what's arguably the most memorable role of her career. (Interestingly, there is a rumor Theron also later turned down a lead in "Sweet Home Alabama," which also went to Witherspoon, so props to Theron for single-handedly providing Witherspoon with a career.)
If you needed a reason to tune into the Olympic bobsleigh competition, Jamaica has totally just given you one. The country's tourism department released a song and accompanying 8-bit music video to promote Jamaica's participation in the two-man bobsled competition.
According to the tourism department, if the song was played at precisely when the Jamaican Bobsled Team began their race yesterday, the song would sync up with their race. How cool is that?!
Unfortunately, Jamaica didn't win gold in yesterday's competition, but no one can take away their adorable anthem.